Journal of Documentation

Category:

Library and Information Studies

Table Of Contents: Volume 21 Issue 3

INFORMATION USE STUDIES PART 1—PAST RESULTS AND FUTURE NEEDS

R.M. FISHENDEN

One of the few things we know about the present scientific communications network is that it is extraordinarily complicated; the useful network is certainly not confined…

A USER'S ASSESSMENT OF CURRENT AWARENESS SERVICES

R.T. BOTTLE

Before one looks at services intended to make one aware of current progress in science, one should look briefly at the structure of science and at how, and perhaps why…

LETTER TO THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Dear Sir, 1. The form of Arabic to be transliterated is the written form, and not the spoken form. of Documentation' in the Journal of Documentation for March 1965.

THE EDITORIAL BOARD

A. GRAHAM MACKENZIE

It is with great regret that the Editorial Board has learned that Miss Barbara Kyle has been compelled by a serious illness to resign her appointments as Research…

INFORMATION USE STUDIES PART 2—COMPARISON OF SOME RECENT SURVEYS

R.C.M. BARNES

Information‐use studies are vitally necessary in order to complement, challenge, and sharpen informed intuitive judgements, but even the broadest conclusions drawn from…

THE COLLEGE BOOKSTORE IN THE UNITED STATES

BETTY ROSENBERG

‘In ten years, more or less, it seems certain that the college bookstore will become very nearly the most important, and perhaps the most import‐ant, book outlet in America.’

DOCUMENTATION SURVEY

This survey is not comprehensive. It is highly selective and intended to keep the reader informed of significant new ideas and developments. All unsigned abstracts are…

ISSN:

0022-0418

Online date, start – end:

1945

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof David Bawden